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Should academic journals publish e-cigarette research linked to tobacco companies?
|Published in||Addiction. 2016, vol. 111, no. 8, p. 1328-1332|
|Abstract||Electronic cigarettes are currently polarizing professional opinion. Some public health experts regard them as an effective smoking cessation aid and a vital means of reducing active and passive smoking, while others regard them as another attempt by the tobacco industry to create new customers and addicts. These different attitudes unsurprisingly yield different conclusions regarding both the appropriate regulation of e-cigarettes and the ethical status of research funded by, or conducted in, cooperation with the tobacco industry.|
|Keywords||Biomedical Research — Conflict of Interest — Editorial Policies — Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems — Humans — Periodicals as Topic — Publishing — Research Support as Topic — Smoking Cessation — Tobacco Industry|
|Research group||Le Secret médical (676)|
|SHAW, David M, ETTER, Jean-François, ELGER, Bernice Simone. Should academic journals publish e-cigarette research linked to tobacco companies?. In: Addiction, 2016, vol. 111, n° 8, p. 1328-1332. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:111151|